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Court to choose Fayose's destiny – EFCC



The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said it has seen with intrigue, responses to a tweet that purportedly showed up on the Commission's Twitter handle on July 15, reporting the approaching restoration of the criminal argument against Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State.

EFCC representative, Wilson Uwujaren, in an announcement on Monday said in the sentiment of most reporters, the tweet coming a couple of hours after Fayose's protege, Kolapo Olusola of the People's Democratic Party lost the governorship race to his All progressives Congress match, Kayode Fayemi, double-crossed the partisanship of the EFCC in the political challenge in Ekiti State.

Uwujaren noticed that, "against the foundation, the Commission is obliged to express that the indicated tweet does not speak to the perspectives of the EFCC. "

He included that, "As a law authorization association the Commission is objective and was not engaged with the ongoing Ekiti decision. It hence has no motivation to brag over the political hardship of any applicant or political god-father."

Be that as it may, he included that, "While beyond any doubt there is a subsisting criminal accusation against Governor Fayose, the destiny of the charge will be dictated by the Federal High Court, Ado Ekiti, at the lapse of his residency, not the EFCC."

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